This morning marked a historic first: the White House played host to the wedding of Naomi Biden and Peter Neal, the first-ever wedding of a grandchild of a currently serving president.
An outdoor ceremony was held on the morning of November 19 to celebrate the marriage of an attorney and the eldest granddaughter of President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden to a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School. The ceremony was attended by the couple’s friends and family.
A lace flowery mock neck overlay was worn over the bride’s off-the-shoulder neckline in her long-sleeved ballgown, which had an off-the-shoulder neckline. She completed the outfit by donning diamond and pearl earrings made by Tiffany & Co., as well as a sheer veil that trailed behind her, and by pulling her hair back into a tight bun. During this time, according to the Daily Mail, her bridesmaids wore blazers over their teal dresses in preparation for the winter ceremony.
The bridal party and members of the bride’s and groom’s families will have lunch at the White House as part of the ceremony, which will be followed by an evening reception at the executive mansion that will feature dessert and dance.
“The wedding of Naomi Biden to Peter is an exclusive affair that will only be attended by close relatives and friends. We are honoring Naomi and Peter’s request that the media not be invited to their wedding because they both expressed a desire for privacy around the event. The pair has reached a conclusion regarding this matter “The spokesperson for the White House press office, Karine Jean-Pierre, verified it yesterday.
Hunter, the younger son of President Biden, and Kathleen Buhle, Hunter’s ex-wife, have a daughter named Naomi. Naomi is the eldest of their children. In 2019, she organized the infamous Biden family gathering, during which the president’s grandchildren urged their grandfather to challenge Donald Trump in the presidential race the following year. While this was going on, Neal was an intern in the White House during Obama’s time, and he is now working as an associate at the Georgetown Law Center on National Security.
After dating for three years, the future spouses exchanged their vows and became engaged in September 2021 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Peter’s hometown. An acquaintance they shared brought them together for the first time in June of 2018, in New York City. At the time, Naomi was attending law school at Columbia University. According to People, they currently make their home on the third floor of the White House residence, which is located one level above the primary living quarters of the First Family.